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The U of M recently recognized 220 of its innovative researchers at the Inventor Recognition Event, hosted by the Office of the Vice President for Research and the Office for Technology Commercialization.

“Research and discovery already requires great talent and tireless work, but it takes still more to move innovations beyond the lab,” said Allen Levine, Ph.D., the U’s interim vice president for research. “We are truly fortunate to have so many researchers at the University whose ingenuity, creativity and perseverance are helping great ideas advance toward becoming a real-world solution.”

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